Stop the Killing!!!
Ofrenda. (Look at this in the largest size) This ofrenda was constructed in remembrance of women killed along the Texas/Mexico border. I believe there is one sugar skull for every women who has been found dead. The symbolism is strong, powerful and controversial. Each skull has the name of one woman killed in the Juarez, Mexico area. Unfortunately little has been done to stop the carnage. The installation was presented at Dia de los Muertos in 2006 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in…
Instagram post by Troy Castillo • Jan 7, 2016 at 6:54pm UTC
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A new world order for life and respect have to be a fact, all countries have to evacuate occupied land starting by Tibet
Chose life instead of supporting actual corrupted institutions and live moneyless and free forever.
The Lost Histories of Women at War
Photos of men in war are ubiquitous — as historical records, photojournalism, and complex artistic representations. Images of women in battle are less common, mirroring the stereotype that men are overwhelmingly the warring sex.